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Veronica A. (Magistri) Files

Born: Wed., Mar. 10, 1948
Died: Mon., Apr. 6, 2020

Funeral Service

Location: To Be Announced At A Later Date

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Veronica A. (Magistri) Files, 72, passed away April 6, 2020 unexpectedly at her home in Middleboro, MA.  Veronica was born on March 10, 1948 in Boston, MA to the late Pompio Magistri and Gilda (Conte) Magistri of Lakeville.  She was a homemaker, mother, sister and loving wife to the late Ronald Files, Sr.

Veronica is survived by her sisters Virginia Peebles of Georgia and Anita Anderson of Colorado and was predeceased by her brother Joseph Magistri of Virginia.  She also leaves behind her twin daughters Kimberly Files of Worland, Wyoming her three children Samantha, Gavin and Brynley and husband Eric Pomeroy and Lisa Morgan, her husband Edward Morgan of Middleboro, MA and their two children Cameron and AvaMarie.

Veronica was a kind and giving person, always caring for others.  She enjoyed her sewing group at the Council and Aging in town.  Her talents where beyond compare.  Everything she created was heartfelt and made with love.  She also enjoyed rooting for the Patriots, gardening and tending to the many birds she fed despite her disdain for the pesky squirrels!

Above all, she adored her family especially her 5 grandchildren.  Her love for them was immense.  Nothing brought her more joy than listening to her talented grandson Cameron play the drums for the Middleboro High School Band and the Tuesday Night Jazz Band.  Her granddaughter AvaMarie was her shopping buddy, always ready for a trip to Michaels craft store.  Seeing Ava preform on stage in her countless musicals always bought her joy as well.  Though separated by distance, Samantha, Gavin and Brynley were never far from her thoughts.  She was in constant contact with them and their many activities and will be forever proud of them.

Mom, Grandma, though you were taken from us too soon, in our hearts you will always stay.  You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.

Services will be held at a future date.  Family and friends will be notified so they can join and come together to celebrate her extraordinary life.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to:  Marine Corps Heritage Foundation, (In Memory of Veronica A. Files) 18900 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Triangle, VA  22172 or at www.marineheritage.org/makedonation.html 

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Jan Apland
   Posted Thu April 09, 2020
Dearest Kim and family...my heart hurts so very much for you....there is no one on earth like your mama. I am so happy that I had the honor of meeting her last summer at your Dance in the Park She was a beautiful lady inside and out and that has to be where you get it from. So be very proud that a part of her is always with you. Hugs, prayer, and love to you my beautiful friend❤️🙏🏻9

Jennifer Johnson Sidelinger
   Posted Fri April 10, 2020
Dear Kim and Lisa, I'm so sorry for your loss. I will always remember going to your mom's house for girl scout meetings, making crafts and laughing! Your mom was a loving, beautiful, and terrific human being...I have many fond memories of her! My heart aches for you and your families...you are in my prayers. God bless you

Liz & Gary Estler
   Posted Fri April 10, 2020
Our deepest condolences on the death of your mother.
Liz & Gary Estler
Medway, friend of aunt Evelyn

   Posted Fri April 10, 2020
Lisa and
Eddie. So very sorry to learn of the death of Lisa.s mom. How lucky you were able to be together for the last years. My heartfelt condolences. Stay well and safe. Annie

Sybil Hambly
   Posted Fri April 10, 2020
Dear Kim, Eric. Lisa and Ed, just read of your Mom's passing and wanted you to know how every sorry I was to read this. Please accept my deepest sympathy. She was a wonderful Lady. I know my brother Chuck and sister Lyn had some great times with your Mom and Dad, May God Bless and watch over you all now and always.

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